Elimination Chamber Betting Odds Revealed: RAW Women’s Championship, WWE Championship, SmackDown Tag Team Championship

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WWE’s upcoming pay-per-view Elimination Chamber takes places on February 17, 2019, at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas, United States.

The betting odds for three top title defenses have been revealed by Sky Bet.

RAW Womens’ Championship: Ronda Rousey (c) vs. Ruby Riott

No secrets here.

Ronda Rousey (1/50) is the hands-down favorite to retain the title against underdog Ruby Riott (12/1).

Ronda’s figure is the largest swing in favor of a competitor in recent times.

The Baddest Women On The Planet is slated to walk into WrestleMania 35 and defend her title against Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair in a Triple Threat showdown.

WWE Championship: Daniel Bryan (c) vs. AJ Styles vs. Randy Orton vs. Jeff Hardy vs. Samoa Joe vs. Mustafa Ali

Daniel Bryan (1/4) is the favorite to retain the title in the matchup that was made official two weeks ago.

AJ Styles (7/1) is the second favorite to win and reclaim the title that he lost to Bryan prior to Survivor Series.

Randy Orton (9/1) is the third favorite to walk out as the new champion. Another world title win would allow The Viper to tie himself with Evolution stablemate Triple H, and thus cement his legacy as a 14-time World Champion.

Samoa Joe (11/1) is too behind in the race followed by Jeff Hardy (16/1) and Mustafa Ali(16/1).

SmackDown Tag Team Championship: Shane McMahon & The Miz (c) vs. The Usos

Shane McMahon and The Miz (1/6) are the overwhelming favorites to retain the tag team gold against The Usos (7/2).

The self-proclaimed Best Tag Team in the World pulling off a victory over The Usos who actually stand among the world’s finest tag teams might receive a mixed reaction from fans.

The WWE Universe was too critical towards Shane’s WWE World Cup victory at Crown Jewel. However, this time with a babyface Miz by his side, WWE might be able to turn the tide and have fans rejoice at their victory over Jimmy and Jey.